Sierra Leone’s Chief Superintendent, Joan Bull, commended the efforts of the police officers who worked tirelessly to ensure the safety and security of the country during the election process. In a statement, she acknowledged the sacrifices made by these officers, who put their lives on the line to protect others.
Bull emphasized the significance of providing security during such a crucial time in Sierra Leone’s history. She recognized the challenges faced by the police force, including the risks they encounter and the discomfort they endure while carrying out their duties.
The Chief Superintendent expressed her gratitude to all the officers who participated in securing the state during the election. She assured them that their hard work and dedication would not go unnoticed or unappreciated.
Bull highlighted the importance of maintaining law and order during the election process, as it is a fundamental aspect of democracy. She acknowledged that without the efforts of the police officers, the election could have been marred by violence and chaos.
In conclusion, Chief Superintendent Bull extended her heartfelt thanks to all the police officers involved in ensuring a peaceful and secure election in Sierra Leone. She reassured them that their labor and sacrifices would be remembered and valued.